3 tools we can’t live without lately

When try­ing to think of some­thing to write about this month, I began to think of all the things I could poten­tial­ly com­plain or rant about.  I know, that sounds ter­ri­ble, but those two thoughts are usu­al­ly a good source of inspi­ra­tion for me.  I start­ed to real­ize that, while work has been fast-paced late­ly, […]

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And the Emmy goes to…

This past week­end was one for the books, because, well, the Emmy went to us! When we announced that we were nom­i­nat­ed for two Emmys we were hope­ful for a win, but def­i­nite­ly not expect­ing it. We know that we work with some of the most amaz­ing tal­ent in the South­east but it isn’t every […]

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5 things you didn’t know about the J. Cole HBO documentary, an interview with the makers

  We’ve had the plea­sure of work­ing with Scott Laz­er, Tim Grant, Ben Pre­meaux, and much of the crew from the doc­u­men­tary on many occa­sions. We caught up with them this week to talk about how it all came togeth­er. 1. It was almost com­plete­ly pro­duced by Char­lotte tal­ent Not only were Tim Grant (Pro­duc­er) […]

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And the nominees are …

Price­less Mis­cel­la­neous is proud to be nom­i­nat­ed for two region­al Emmys in this year’s 30th Annu­al Mid­south Emmy Awards in the Inter­sti­tial and Editor/Short Form cat­e­gories. For the Inter­sti­tial nom­i­na­tion, the piece named Zuri, Rosi, and Cir­cle de Luz was made in con­junc­tion with SEED20 and direct­ed by co-founder Matt Tyn­dall. For the Editor/Short Form […]

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Osmo: first impressions

This is DJI’s hand­held gim­bal, which they claim brings silky smooth pro­fes­sion­al cin­e­ma qual­i­ty sta­bi­liza­tion to the mass­es, not to men­tion a fun, adven­tur­ous lifestyle. I’ve spent a few weeks with the Osmo, and my ver­dict? Fun and adven­tur­ous: yes. Pro­fes­sion­al: not so much. The sell The day DJI announced the Osmo I watched the […]

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The MōVI from Freefly Systems

Tech like the MōVI from Freefly Sys­tems, the new “One Man Crew” auto­mat­ic par­a­bol­ic rails from Redrock Micro, and the awe­some inno­va­tion hap­pen­ing w/ mul­ti­copters in gen­er­al are inch-by-inch reduc­ing the num­ber of real peo­ple and expen­sive equip­ment need­ed on set to pull off great-look­ing, pro­fes­­sion­al-cal­iber video.

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